. The interviews tied in nicely with the direct attitude that the director and the writer were taking as they explored dating and romance. Because as Que Sera Sera, I was completely addicted, from the beginning to the end. She lets Tae Ha knows every single things about her and not allowed others come to know even when she meet another guy Nam Ha Jin. She denies that she misses him but admits that tears keep falling. Edit: I forgot to mention that Yoo Ah In is the last episode. Ha-jin passes by the restaurant and sees the back of a woman that looks just like Yeo-reum.
The story just ends with H getting dumped by the two? The one who got dumped dumps someone else, too. The finale wrapped up everything neatly. As she starts eating, Joon-ho and Sol come back from their movie date. The counter argument to this is that he was going after Ah Rim. This drama surely does not earn attention that it should have. I originally checked it out for actor Joon Sung above right , a favorite of mine from shows like and and , but then, to be honest, I fell head over heels with actor Eric Mun above left who played the lead male part. But that's because faced with her dilemma, that's probably what i would have done.
They laugh it off and watch the sunset in content. Yeo-reum answers the second question for him — A Dog of Flanders — and he acknowledges that it is. I like that you were thinking the same thing I was: they needed more interviews in the middle of the drama. He was to forgiving and she was too indecisive. Since it was a rom-com, that might have lightened the tone a little. This drama wasn't the easiest watch, as other have said, but I'm glad I stuck to it. And she wouldn't have been all confused if tae ha didn't still love her and gave her beautiful, smoldering, sexy looks all the time.
I was scared and wanted to Tae-ha to take me somewhere. She did come to see him. And it's never nice to be selfish, but at the same time, that's reality right there. It is also about being a good one. But that is too Hollywoody I think.
And I think this is why DoR is more than the sum of its parts. He lightly scolds her for still using honorifics, but she finds it awkward to suddenly drop it after being separated for so long. Eric: I'm so happy he took this on—I can't see anyone doing Tae Ha better and he would seriously make me cry sometimes all three leads did! Because maybe that 'something' was their everything. Though, I appreciate the drama showed it takes time for some as well. They pretend not to know each other and introduce themselves in honorifics. I was always anxious, tried to hide it, and wanted to be loved.
Anyway, one of best drama this year. I'll miss all the casts, especially Eric. Imagine walking through a fourth dimension to whack someone on the head for talking trash about you. The final scene was great as a reminder that love probably doesn't last forever, but we go into each relationship with all our heart, and full of hope, otherwise, we probably wouldn't even be able to sustain anything for more than a little while. As Han Yeo Reum begins working closely with Kang Tae Ha on a design project, old feelings begin to re-emerge between them, and eventually the situation becomes explosive and obvious to everyone around them.
Ha-jin catches Tae-ha staring at his ring and starts to poke him where it hurts. Yeo-reum says that she wants to start back up with him and that she got dumped. Kdramas tend to focus on first loves. It's just that Tae Ha reappeared with a transformed attitude. It just resemble the love story happen in the real world.
There was enough conflict to sustain all 16 episodes and it never felt contrived. Actually, more often than not, there was something in an episode that could be disputed. He slowly slides open his closet and finds Yeo-reum hiding there, just like she used to. If you have nothing fantastic on your plate at the moment and do not mind watching romance drama depicting realistic struggles of dating relationships, you might want to make a time for this drama. It aired on from August 18 to October 7, 2014, on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. Liệu rồi họ sẽ tìm thấy được tình yêu thật sự hay lại để vuột mất? But a great drama nonetheless that keeps me thinking.
Having said that, I still agree with you that she could have be more honest and open to Ha Jin, like she was with Tae Ha and like Tae Ha actually urges her to do at some point. A clueless insensitive employee wonders how, since Yeo-reum had a boyfriend. They deserved more lovely cuties scenes after those heart breaking scenes for so many episodes. But some can't stay just out loyalty, as they have grown and while the other has not. Thank you again for all the hard work in recapping this often frustrating drama.
The sun had set by the time I left. These actors are just terrific! Finally, let me say how much I enjoyed watching this drama. I think Yeo-reum had a nice way of exhibiting and articulating her understanding of those two ideas. Ha-jin pulls up to the side of the road, reflecting on his malicious intentions for Tae-ha and Yeo-reum. I admit there were times when I felt that the characters were playing too many games around episode 8 and that is why I gave it a lower score. He quickly shuts the door and walks away, telling us that this is actually an improvement. In my perspective, Tae Ha's character is the most well written and developed one in this series.